Geoff Whiting Hosts Guernsey Comedy Festival
Geoff Whiting once again hosts Guernsey Comedy Festival November 16th – 18th 2017. Listen to his interview on Radio Guernsey.
Experts from the Comedy circuit (and we know a few!) bring together expert, tried & tested know how on how to get it right. Insider advice, how to avoid the usual pitfalls, what to do & more importantly what not to do to run a successful Comedy Venue even in today’s climate.
There’s 2 workshops in this Masterclass.
Each can be attended separately however attendance of both in sequence is recommended.
1) Opening an Awesome Comedy Club
2) Running an Awesome Comedy Club
12pm – 5pm
Light refreshments included.
Pre course agendas invited for bespoke specific issues / difficulties to be raised & answered at Q&A.
Please indicate which workshop you’re interested in. Naturally there’s discount if you’d like to book a place on both. These have been trialed abroad with superb feedback & they’re being brought, by demand, to the UK.
First course Monday February 6th 2018.
Please register interest now for early bird prices – email@example.com
Danny Posthill performed for 200 people at the charity event for Ups ’n’ Downs, merging his Britain’s Got Talent set with his newer work, which helped raise over £8,000 for families affected by Downs Syndrome.
Michael S Hackett, entertaining two thousand people at the sold-out Oktoberfest in Middlesborough.
Introducing my brand new booking agent! Zoe Weldon has joined the AEH team.
By great demand, Iszi Lawrence launches her full hour of The Famous Ground Breaking Z List Dead List Show all about funny forgotten people of note from the History books! www.zlistdeadlist.com
Earl’s interview with Bob Mills will be broadcast on Talk Radio on 8th October 2017 at 7-10pm.
Brings “funny as fuck” Can’t Dance Won’t Dance to the Free Fringe. A gotta see show!
Anne Penketh & Holly Rose Clegg – ‘Sugar Baby’
Damian Kingsley – ‘Can’t Dance, Won’t Dance’
Noel Brodie – ‘Unfinished Business’
Christian Talbot – ‘Holt and Talbot Can’t Stand the Sight of Each Other’
Extremely proud to announce Kai Samra reached finals of this year’s Bath Comedy Festival New Act Competition held in Bath last night. Was a strong line up of ten acts in Mirth Control’s prestigious competition, part of the annual Bath Comedy Festival, which has been running for 9 years now.
Complete with suit and wig, Danny has been sending audiences into fits of laughter with his impression of Trump – along with scores of other famous faces – in shows up and down the land.
Under new manager Anita Elizabeth Holmes, Danny is set for his own tour next year – something he can barely contain his excitement for.
Read more at: http://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/news/see-hartlepool-funnyman-danny-posthill-s-impression-of-donald-trump-1-8428401
Danny has been featured in 2nd place in Scarlett Entertainment’s “10 All-American Entertainment Options for Your Inauguration Party” article.
Impressionist Danny Posthill revealed he was bedridden until 3pm with a migraine today ahead of the Britain’s Got Talent final – and so was Simon Cowell.
The BGT act made the revelation following his finale performance, and much to the crowd’s surprise, Simon said he’d also been laid up today.
Danny told hosts Ant and Dec: “I’ve been in bed until 3pm this afternoon. I had a really bad migraine.”
Simon then put his hand up and said: “So was I.”
Ant and Dec then made a joke about the judge and the BGT act being together.
But Danny shushed them and Ant said: “We’ll put that rumour to bed”.
Ahead of Danny’s performance, the co-hosts revealed to the Wembley crowd and watching public that he’d been ill.
They said: “Danny has not been well all day. He climbed off his sick bed to perform in the final.”
Despite being unwell, Danny still managed to put in a sterling effort as he did impressions of Paddy McGuinness on Take Me Out, Johnny Vegas and Ant and Dec.
He also did an impression of Keith Lemon and joked that judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon were “bang tidy”.
And while Simon admitted he enjoyed Danny’s act, he questioned whether it would be enough for him to win.
He said: “Will it be enough to win though?”